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Saxon 9-27x56 ED Firetail Spotting Scope

SKU: SAX-414109

The saxon 9-27x56 Firetail Spotting Scope is the optical instrument of choice for those on the move!



Don't let its size fool you. This ultra lightweight and portable scope delivers excellent image sharpness and clarity under all conditions , owing to a 56mm objective lens, Extra-low Dispersion (ED) glass, and fully multi-coated optics. A durable, waterproof, and nitrogen-purged body complete this scope, providing the necessary protection against the elements.



Suitable for use as a handheld scope or mounted on a tripod.

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Regular Price: $599.95

Special Price $549.95

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Named after the Firetail Finch, the saxon 9-27x56 Firetail Spotting Scope shares more than its name with its namesake. Underneath its small and plain exterior is something brilliant.

Boasting Extra-low dispersion (ED) glass and a large 56mm objective lens, the saxon 9-27x56 Firetail Spotting Scope will deliver bright and sharp images across the field of view along with superior colour contrast.

The 9x to 27x magnification bridges the gap between binoculars and larger spotting scopes without any of the bulk, making them perfect for birders of all levels.

The sturdy armour and waterproof properties mean that you can be at ease as you bring this super portable scope with you on all your adventures.

Also suitable for trekkers and hunters.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Eyepiece 1 N/A
Eyepiece 2 N/A
Finderscope Make No
Electronic Hand Control No
Motor Drive No
Focal Ratio No
Focal Length No
Mount Type No
Aperture 56mm
Tube Length No
Highest Magnification No
Warranty Information 3 Years Limited
Additional Specifications of Product No

Reviews

Customer Reviews

Lovely little unit. Review by Atria
Overall Score
Beautifully portable. For birdwatching, the small depth of field at 27 times zoom takes a bit of getting used to. For astronomy, the chromatic aberation gives a slight blue ring.around the moon, but not otherwise noticeable. For stars, best on a tripod, but light enough to be used handheld for birds (especially birds that have the decency to stay still :-) ). (Posted on 29/04/2019)